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PSD14.12

AS4.2 - Integrated physical and chemical weather modelling with two-way interactions
Convener: Alexander Baklanov  | Co-Conveners: Johannes Flemming , Georg Grell 
PSD14.12
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 13:30–14:15  / Room B7
Dear all session AS4.2 Poster presenting authors,

we got a possibility to make short presentations of our session posters on the PSD session of AS4.2 which is numbered as PSD14.12.
It is scheduled on Wednesday, 13:30-14:15 in room B7.

All poster authors are invited to prepare 2 slides from your poster and be ready for a short presentation.

Best regards,
Alexander Baklanov,
AS4.2 Session Chair
Public information: Chairperson: Alexander Baklanov, Johannes Flemming, Georg Grell
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